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Posted 04/07/2015 09:58:36 EDT
Not necessarily, LobstahBob. It can encourage someone to conclude their business faster, allowing another customer to park and come into the business to spend money during that time.
Posted 03/12/2015 03:16:45 EDT
According to the story, he was a stray and not abandoned by someone.
Posted 03/03/2015 10:37:35 EST
tbrookside, in that case, the person isnât retiring with 20 years, as is upsetting OhhUnclePaul. (Thatâs actually my point, that people *arenât* retiring working only 20 years on that pension.) more »
Posted 03/02/2015 05:03:04 EST
Someone who is 50, with 20 years of public service (earning a lower paycheck in many cases than they would otherwise get in the private sector), would only earn a retirement pay of 20% of the average more »
Posted 02/20/2015 10:18:33 EST
Yeah I did this (and when there was no snow) and the police wouldn't come to tow the car away. Let met tell you, I was just *thrilled* I spent money on not just the permit, but also the $100 on the bo more »
Posted 02/11/2015 02:58:57 EST
Send him a link to this article. more »
Posted 02/10/2015 10:46:35 EST
This is poor reporting, trying to create a story. Phrasing it as "secret money" implies nefarious doings such as money laundering. This is not the case. Instead, Brady, like many wealthy people, is se more »
Posted 02/05/2015 10:11:43 EST
My guess is the "other things" are all about him, so it's no surprise she might now want to do them instead. Maybe the LW ought to offer to do the other things for her with no expectation of reciproci more »
Posted 04/07/2014 11:32:07 EDT
CG licensed captain is not the same as a Coast Guard Captain.
Posted 04/07/2014 10:12:41 EDT
In Canada, I believe you can be charged for rescue efforts. Perhaps people would think harder before undertaking trips like this if we charged for rescue if the rescued made stupid or neglient deci more »
Posted 03/27/2014 01:45:54 EDT
My condo closed this month, selling to a Baby Boomer generation couple - although in this case, I think it was a second home for them.
Posted 12/05/2013 03:46:34 EST
She's not the only one in Needham doing this. We walked into several last year when house hunting. Almost bought one too - but walked away when the inspection revealed the contractor did some poor w more »
Posted 07/29/2013 06:02:56 EDT
I thought the same thing. I'd be happy enough in a cabin retreat with faux fireplace, but lose the animal heads and stock some more female friendly (generally - I know some women like them) beverages more »
Posted 07/29/2013 05:57:57 EDT
Except that another article reveals the child attended the camp for four years. You would think they would know by then about any issues she might have and refused her admission instead.
Posted 06/03/2013 11:33:22 EDT
It's more like a formality to just get it done and out the way." indicates you don't see the importance of this meeting and perhaps the parents, your future-in-laws in particular, feel dismissed and u more »
Posted 05/10/2013 01:31:49 EDT
Why was he so determined for Berry's child to live, while he was beating Knight virtually to death when she was pregnant?
Posted 04/23/2013 02:38:29 EDT
Re pets, I was told by a resident of the area (Bolyston, one block from Blast 2) who holed up in her apartment until Saturday that starting on either Wedneday or Thursday they started to allow people more »
Posted 04/11/2013 01:24:46 EDT
Oh you are too optimistic! I was paid $2650 for a course...and that's considered high. A friend (with multiple graduate degrees from good schools, lots of adjunct teaching experience) is paid $1100 more »
Posted 04/03/2013 11:15:21 EDT
Sure you don't *want to* pay more...but if you *cost more* to serve then maybe you should pay more, even if the reason isn't something you can change. After all, 5'0" 100 lb Jen doesn't want to pay m more »
Posted 04/03/2013 11:11:47 EDT
Well, if it were by total weight, it wouldn't matter if you checked the bags or carried them on... Not to mention most airlines reward carryons by charging to check.
Posted 03/31/2013 02:46:04 EDT
Redhat15, I wish it only took me 20 years to get an 80%, but it'll be 34 years for me and in the meantime, I'm earning 55% of what I could earn in the private sector at a comparable job and I have mon more »
Posted 03/31/2013 02:45:16 EDT
GS, I wish it only took me 20 years to get an 80%, but it'll be 34 years for me and in the meantime, I'm earning 55% of what I could earn in the private sector at a comparable job and I have money out more »
Posted 01/25/2013 03:04:12 EST
Seems to me a lot of back and forth over this: Astrom keeps telling us he *feels* middle class. That, is indisputably true and posters telling him about various facts about what actually constitutes more »
Posted 01/17/2013 01:12:19 EST
California is not one of the very few states that accept common law marriages.
Posted 01/11/2013 09:54:06 EST
Hmm, sorry about formatting. That was supposed to appear as a list and separate paragraphs, not one massive block of text...
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